General Power of Attorney Wisconsin Form – PDF

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A Wisconsin general power of attorney form enables a representative to handle financial affairs on behalf of another person. A resident, known as the “principal,” chooses an “agent” to handle any type of monetary related transaction on their behalf and to their benefit. The agent’s duties may include tasks as rudimentary as paying the principal’s bills to more significant matters like managing a business. Unlike the durable version, the general power of attorney voids upon the principal’s incapacitation or when a physician deems them “unfit to think for themselves.”

Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 244.05)